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Welcome to the Cherokee County
Chamber of Commerce

Where WNC Begins

All play and no work...
we don't see a problem with that.

Asian, Latin, Italian
Big city variety, without the big city

A hotel at the casino, a cabin by the lake, a B&B close to town? Check, check and check.

Do your blood pressure a favor.

Support agritourism and the local economy.

Connecting the Chamber of Commerce with the Community

As this world is rapidly changing, we are keeping up by providing more information that is relevant to our members, to the community, and to visitors to Murphy NC, Andrews NC ... and the Western North Carolina, North Georgia and East Tennessee region. Please check often for our expanding #Where WNC Begins Blog that will keep you informed (and entertained) about what's happening with our Chamber Members, the local economy, and other important matters that affect everyone.

WEEKLY FACEBOOK LIVE

Guests Nicole Hibbs and Wayne Peacock join Sherry Raines as they discuss upcoming plans to bring excitement to Murphy with the 12 Days to Christmas festivities. Listen in to find out how to participate in the events planned for this Christmas holiday season.

A VERY MURPHY CHRISTMAS

Looking for activities during this upcoming holiday season? Check out what's happening in Murphy North Carolina. Starting November 25  and running through December 18 the Murphy Business Association, Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce, and the Tourism Development Authority are hosting activities, contests, scavenger hunts and more. Whether you're a storefront or a shopper, check out A VERY MURPHY CHRISTMAS to see how to participate in the fun.

Beloved Caboose Gets a Facelift

By rbirtha_marketing@cherokeecountychamber.com | October 15, 2020 | Comments Off on Beloved Caboose Gets a Facelift

Submitted by Theresa Jo Gaffney Rotary Club of Murphy Public Information Officer Beloved Caboose Gets a Facelift Earlier in the summer, we asked our Rotary club members if there were any projects that we could help out with. Murphy Mayor Rick Ramsey, one of our Rotarians, mentioned that the train caboose behind the L&N Depot…

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